Bi-State Local Area Working Group Collaborates for Conservation

The Bi-State LAWG is a successful model for local, collaborative, science-based conservation.

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Wyoming’s Hellyer Family Leads Local Private Lands Conservation

The Hellyers’ efforts have carried over to benefit wildlife throughout their deeded and leased public lands.

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“Sock Guy for Sockeye” Topher Jones Wins First IWJV Conservation Youth Award

Topher has provided leadership to people of all ages through the Lonesome Larry Project.

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Telling the Story of the Klamath Basin

A series of articles portrays the connections between local agriculture, wetlands conservation, and wildlife habitat in the Klamath Basin.

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Water 4: Successes from January-June of 2020

Highlights from the Intermountain West strategic wetlands initiative in the first half of 2020.

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Bruce Taylor Leaves Indelible Mark in Oregon

Taylor helped make strides in Oregon wetland conservation during his committed, energetic, and decades-spanning career.

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The State of Conservation: Spotlighting the IWJV Management Board

What does conservation look like right now for members of the IWJV Management Board?

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New Intermountain Insights: Working Science for Working Landscapes

A new Intermountain Insight explores research documenting the timing of water deliveries to working wetland habitats.

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Working together is always better

We’re always looking for new partners with mutually beneficial programs to advance projects that benefit birds and other wildlife, ranching, industry, and economic livelihoods of western communities and cultures.

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